Louis Saha hopes Manchester United manage to finish a Jan move for Sporting CP star Bruno Fernandes and hopes he’ll be the goalscoring midfield addition that the Red Devils are craving.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have reportedly in agreement personal terms with the Portugal international as the United boss looks to enhance his squad with the aim of difficult for a top-four spot within the half of the season.
The Red Devils are presently in fifth place within the Premier League table, 5 points behind
Chelsea in fourth, and Saha is hoping that, should Fernandes hit old Trafford, he will build an enormous impact.
He told Bonus Code Bets: “Bruno Fernandes looks to be a leader that could be a welcome addition for a player. He will score goals from midfield which are a few things that’s missing at Manchester United at the instant.
“If he could score 10-15 goals a season like Paul Scholes used to do or once Wayne Rooney did when he played within the deeper role it might be a good help to the team.
“I need to see United get a player after a well-thought out plan, somebody who was not a panic buy. A player who desires to come to the club and play for United, instead of somebody who is being created to move. A participant who the club need and who desires to play for the club.”
Marcus Rashford has arguably been United’s best player within the 2019-20 campaign and leads the club’s goalscoring charts with nineteen altogether competitions.
And Saha has been impressed with what he is seen from the england international and believes that, despite Solskjaer’s side being without Champions League soccer for the time being, he remains happy at old Trafford.
He added: “At the start of the season i used to be slightly distressed for him and thought he was a bit naive however currently he looks a lot better. a number of months past, he was creating a lot of unnecessary runs that was using up a lot of his energy however currently he’s looking more trained and in step with his play.
“I just like the look of Marcus currently, not just for the goals he’s scoring on an everyday level however additionally his body language has got better and his link up play with alternative players around him has improved.
“It is a lot additional tempting for players to need moves to teams that play Champions League soccer. There are numerous clauses in contracts these days and therefore the need to play at the highest level could be a huge ambition for players.
“However, he looks to be very settled wherever he’s, the approach he’s working on and off the pitch shows to be somebody who desires to remain in Manchester. he’s still very young, thus he needs stability and that i feel he has a lot still to give in England.”